This is an attractive and good quality antique French provincial chestnut farmhouse refectory table from the 2nd Empire period, circa 1860, in very good condition.
• Item Refectory Table
• Circa 1860
• Period 2nd Empire
• Wood Chestnut
• Provenance France
• Size 7ft 11¼” wide x 2ft 6¾” deep
• Seats up to 10 persons
• Provincial (country) table
• Cleated ends
• Tapered legs
• Peg construction
• Excellent condition & colour
• Solid in joint
• Free 14 day UK returns period
This is an attractive and good quality antique French provincial chestnut farmhouse table from the 2nd Empire period, circa 1860, in very good condition. This table would have been used in a country property in France during the 2nd Empire period. The table, which comfortably seats up to 10 persons, features a beautiful figured four-plank chestnut top with a lovely grain configuration with cleats at both ends. The table frame and top, which is constructed in the traditional peg construction, sits on four pretty but sturdy tapered legs. The table boasts a superb colour and is in excellent condition.
The table boasts a dark rich colour. As it boasts the original polish, it has a fantastic colour and patination this can only be achieved through age and years of care and cleaning it has received.
This item would look superb in a variety of rooms, especially the kitchen. This item would certainly grace any home. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
This table is in very good condition. There are no stains or cup marks to the top of the table. Nominal old use marks to the leading edges but nothing significant considering the age of the item. The table is solid in joint and ready to use.
Table height = 74cm or 29⅛” or 2ft 5⅛”
Knee height = 60.3cm or 23¾” or 1ft 11¾”
Length = 242cm or 95¼” or 7ft 11¼”
Depth = 78cm or 30¾” or 2ft 6¾”